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Control of stem end rots in citrus fruits

Control of stem end rots in citrus fruits

Israel, Ministry of Agriculture, Institute for Technology and Storage of Agricultural Products: Scientific activities 1974-1977 (184): 76-77

Treatment with NCl3 (Decco-process), imazalil or Panoctine gave good control of stem-end rots caused mainly by Diplodia natalensis (Botryodiplodia theobromae).

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